The Hôtel de Marle, an architectural jewel from the late sixteenth century acquired years ago to house the Institut Suédois, has unique architectural features including its grand staircase, its painted ceiling, and its « Philippe Delorme-style » roof shaped like an upturned ship’s hull.
In addition to the rooms that are usually open, this year we offer visitors a unique experience. Our six residential studios in the wings on the courtyard side have just been fitted out by pairs of designers, brands and schools for the project Hem x 6.
Part of the Journées Européennes du Patrimoine.
Admission free, no prior reservation required.
In collaboration with Paris Historique.